We Have Selected Our Top Five Scholarship Submissions!

April 16, 2019

Stack of books with cap and diploma on white backgroundThis fall, we are gifting one college freshman with a $2,000 award to put toward college expenses. On April 30th, the final winner will be announced.

It was tough, but so far, we’ve narrowed our choices down to these five finalists. Click each link to read each essay. Be sure to comment on your favorite submission.

Requirements for Our Scholarship

In February, we announced our scholarship opportunity. The scholarship was available to students who lived or attended high school in Littleton or nearby communities. Entering the contest involved

We announced our scholarship back in October of 2017. All candidates needed to be high school seniors who live or attend high school in Highlands Ranch, CO. To enter, they needed to write an essay, with the option of including visual elements.

The staff at Kip Dental Group Staff graded each submission on these criteria:

  • Effort
  • Creativity
  • Accuracy
  • Popularity
  • Quality

Congratulations to Our Five Finalists!

We are very proud to share the work our five finalists completed! We would also like to thank every student who took the time to prepare a submission. We had a hard time choosing only 5!

Good luck to all of our contestants in their studies!

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19 thoughts on “We Have Selected Our Top Five Scholarship Submissions!

  1. Maddie

    I believe that Grace is a deserving candidate for this scholarship. She is a dedicated individual who will use this money to better herself as a student and change the world. She is motivated, hard working and bright. As a person and as a student, Grace is overall a wonderful person who is destined for greatness.

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  2. Lacey Patterson

    After thoroughly reading all of these essays, Emma’s is a clear top selection. She encapsulated what it means to be a “Littleton kid”. What a wonderful group of finalists, and such a tough choice, but how can you not get a sense of hometown pride from Emma’s?

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  3. Evelyn

    Emma is a dedicated student! She works well independently but enjoys the dynamics of group effort. Working on the yearbook was not only a great source of pride for her but it helped her sense of responsibility. Emma’s stage performances promoted her public speaking confidence while providing much enjoyment. Thanking you for your consideration.

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  4. Evelyn

    Emma is a dedicated student! She works well independently but enjoys the dynamics of group effort. Working on the yearbook was not only a great source of pride for her but it helped her sense of responsibility. Emma’s stage performance has promoted her public speaking confidence while providing much enjoyment. Thank you for your consideration.

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